August 26, 2013

Bolt Single Pot Coffee Brewer from Keurig

Keurig bolt brewer

The Bolt Brewer from Keurig is one of those inventions in the single serve coffee world we thought at first was a joke. Is it April 1st? Well the Bolt is not a joke it's a giant single serve coffee pot brewer that is aimed at the commercial brewing space. The Bolt can deliver 64oz of coffee in about 2 minutes versus the 4 minutes most leading coffee brewers take. To brew this quickly the Bolt uses Bolt pack cups which to us look like pre-measured giant K-Cups. 

The Bolt also is all about mess and efficiency together, and the Bolt packs can be recycled wherever #5 plastic is accepted. There's even a web site - to find out where you can recyle the Bolt packs. The Bolt brewer also has a dynamic color touchscreen and it's programmable allowing you to choose a pot of coffee or dispense the amount of hot water you want. 

We're pretty anxious to try the Bolt brewer so keep an eye out and let us know if you see one in your local coffee shop or Quickie mart.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 26, 2013 7:35 AM

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I want one of the kcups.

Posted by: Andrew Beyer at August 28, 2013 6:56 AM
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